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CAiSE 2016 - 28th International Conference on Advanced Information Systems Engineering

Date2016-06-13 - 2016-06-17


VenueLjubljana, Slovenia Slovenia



Topics/Call fo Papers

Information systems are developed by people and for people. The theme “Information systems for connecting people” emphasizes the wish to satisfy the needs and requirements of people, both as individuals and as parts of organizations, which are socio-technical systems.
In particular, this theme emphasizes the role of information systems in communication among individuals, organisational units, and organizations themselves. It may also imply knowledge building and knowledge sharing, all kinds of decision making, negotiating and reaching agreements, bridging differences and distances among various points-of-view, perspectives, positions and/or cultures.
Information systems that satisfy these are usually communication and cooperation-intensive systems. Examples include, on the individual side, collaborative applications and social networks, and on the organizational side, globalization and interoperability support, inter-organizational processes, enterprise computing, social computing, and more. The sociality is also a new paradigm when applied to information systems. Developing such systems requires a good understanding of (i) how an individual operates, (ii) how the intentions and goals of an individual can be aligned with the organizational ones, (ii) how individual capabilities as well as limitations are represented and taken into account or alleviated in system design. Combined with state-of-the-art technology, this understanding will guide the development of next generation information systems.
We believe that those principles will challenge and question research efforts in information systems engineering during the next decade and will also nurture multi-disciplinary research. Research related to this theme can address all life-cycle phases of information systems that connect people, from human and organizational requirements to utilization of data created by such systems.
Topics for submissions include (but are not limited to):
New Generation IS Engineering
Context-aware and adaptive management
Agile enterprise models and architecture
Distributed, mobile and open architecture
IS for collaboration
Social computing
High volume and complex information management, big data
Open data management
Quality of IS models and design
IS for idea flow
Visualization in IS
Intelligent, sustainable and viable IS
Service science and innovation
Ergonomic architectures and design
Models, Methods and Techniques in IS Engineering
Conceptual modeling, languages and design
Requirements engineering
Business process modeling, analysis, and engineering
Models and methods for evolution and reuse
Domain engineering methods
Mining, monitoring, and predicting
Variability and configuration management
Compliance and alignment handling
Method engineering
Actor driven IS engineering
Architectures and Platforms in and for IS Engineering
Cloud-based IS engineering
Service oriented IS engineering
Multi-agent IS engineering
Multi-platform IS engineering
Integrated architectures and virtualization
Internet of services
Internet of things
Domain Specific IS Engineering
IT governance
eGovernment and public sector
Intellectual heritage
City management
Industrial ecology management
IS for healthcare
Educational IS
Value and supply chain management
Cyber-physical systems
Industry 4.0
Multi-aspect IS
Sustainability and social responsibility management
Enterprise capability management
Decision support
Security and safety management
Data and knowledge intelligence
Organizational learning
Creativity and innovation
Workflow management
Content management and semantic Web

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